from the Top
Inlands top tips
For good speed :
With the light winds below trapezing conditions,
use the cunningham and no gnav to stop the leach hooking
Keep your weight forward and keep the boat flat and
move smoothly to maintain the glide of the boat.
In light shifty conditions you need to
keep your head out of the boat to stay on the right
side of the course. I regularly compare my angle to
the mark, and other boats to check I am on the best
tack, and for judging the lay line.
Look to see were the most pressure is, and the angle
of the front of the gust to see if its a lift or header.
Pre-Start I try to get in phase with the wind, are the
gusts mainly form the left or right or equal every X
Which way paid last time? if the wind pattern is the
same it will pay again.
Get a good start!